The Hunt Club
Seattle, WA 98104
- Pacific Northwest
- Daily 7am-2pm, Daily 4pm-9pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Catering, Banquet Facilities, Wheelchair Accessible, Fireplace
- Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- Garage, Street, Valet
Seattle Weekly's Description
The Sorrento Hotel is world class, and its restaurant is a magnet in itself. Dishes like duckling served with braised endive, grilled peaches, and figs are inspired, and the bread pudding is worth a try. The dim lights, upholstered chairs, and white tablecloths make this restaurant magical. A martini or three is a must for dinner.
Tips from foursquare
Happy-hour runs $1-$5. A couple of mini burgers($4) with garlic fries($2). Chef Matthew Mina has composed a few decadent dishes such as medium-rare lamb tomahawks. Happy hour 4-6, 9-11 S-Th, 9- F-Sat
The Hunt Club at the Sorrento, along with its heavily brocaded Fireside Room, has evolved into Seattle’s best spot for cocktail learning.
Beautiful wood interior
Winner of Seattle Weekly's Staff Pick for Best Martini in 2011! Check out the full list of winners through our Best of Seattle app.
Best happy hour with a relaxed atmosphere!
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